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about the victims are beginning to emerge. nbc's michelle franzen standing by in newtown, connecticut. michelle, the names have been released. i understand that all six of the adults who were killed were women and all of the children are between the ages of 6 and 7 years old. is that correct? >> reporter: yes, that is correct. most of them, we're told, in the first grade. and certainly, we are getting a little bit more details on some of the names, of course, and soon to be the faces of these teachers, as well as the students, whose lives were taken so violently, so abruptly that school morning, yesterday morning. as you mentioned, we heard the names that have come out, but we've also heard details about the shooting and many seasoned workers, the medical examiner, the officers, the first responders here, also needing to have, you know, assistance and have counseling during this time, to give you an idea of just what a situation unfolded in that elementary school. we also have been, throughout the community here today, and there is a big outpouring of emotion, as well as reaching out.
mallicoat. >>> good morning everyone, it's friday december 7th. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm frank mallicoat. it is 5:30 now. a 7.3 earthquake struck today near japan. >> it was centered off the northeastern coast. several people have been injured. cate cauguiran is in the news room to tell us the tsunami warning apparently has been lifted. >> it was lifted two hours after the quake hit. other hit. originally authorities issued a warning that a tsunami of two meters could hit the coast. there are no reports of immediate damage although traffic was stopped in some places to check on the roads. one city in the area reported a small tsunami, but the pacific tsunami warning center says there is no widespread risk. it did cause continuous shaking in some areas. buildings in tokyo were reportedly swaying for at least several minutes. now, this is the same region that was hit by a massive earthquake in march of last year. that quake triggered fuel rod melt downs at the nuclear plant killing at least 60 people as it swept away cars, boats and homes. thankfully this quake is nothing compared to last
are on the "stephanie miller show." hello, glen? >> glen left the phone. >> stephanie: michelle in believerton. [ giggling ] >> stephanie: hi michelle. >> caller: stephanie i would like to talk about the video games and such and video games do affect kids. i see it firsthand in the classroom. they become agitated and frustrated. >> stephanie: right. >> caller: and you mentioned the ratings systems, and they are completely off. a rated g movie actually has violence in it. and i would like to propose the challenge find me a disney movie that doesn't have violence in it. even bamby's parent is killed. and the parents are so desensitized that they don't see it as a problem, and a lot of the parents i have experienced, is they let their 6 and 7 year olds play games rated mature. i think it is something that needs to be addressed in this huge problem. >> stephanie: yeah, i was going to say -- i know even the gaming industry is struggling with this. this is so foreign to me honestly. i have never seen or played one of these games. but this year's electronic expo literally they are
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union strike up and down the east coast and gulf coast but only for a month. why michelle says this cost the costliest union threat yet. off vietnam in 1968. over the south pacific in 1943. i got mine in iraq, 2003. usaa auto insurance is often handed down from generation to generation. because offers a superior level of protection, and because usaa's commitment to serve the military, veterans and their families is without equal. begin your legacy, get an auto insurance quote. >>> you're looking at literally 45 second ago, nancy pelosi exiting the meeting with president obama and the republican leaders as well as harry reid and tim geithner e we have bearn boehner who left, nancy pelosi waiting for her suv and she'll take off. she won't speak, she won't come in front of a camera. we're waiting to see if the other lawmakers inside come and let us know what's going on. rich edison is outside the white house right now. >> reporter: house speaker john boehner, and nancy pelosi just left the white house so the meeting has wrapped up. still waiting to see if the senate leaders come out. an of
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. them to mass roman has the story. >> i just decided to get rid of the guns. >> michelle, who did not want to give her last name, was one of more than 200 people selling their guns to the police. many who waited in this long line were brought here by the same tragedy. the mass murder of 27 children in connecticut. >> it hit me strong. i never thought about getting rid of them before. >> dana is a vietnam vet and says he and his wife sobbed while watching the news. jan was turning in her gun so it could never be used to take a life. >> this is something that might hurt somebody some day. then i would feel terrible about that. reporter: the gun buyback was funded by an anonymous door nor who contacted the youth program, who contacted the boys c club in san francisco. the turnout shows both communities care about gun violence. >> when a community says enough is enough, you got a good chance. >> in oakland, people lined up in doors turn in guns out st. benedict's church. this is where the oakland police were buying the guns. >> every anticipation will'll be exceed our wildest expectat
captioner: linda marie macdonald >>> good morning, everyone. it's 8:25. i'm michelle griego with your cbs 5 headlines. >>> a local boy scout forced to leave his moraga troop because he is gay will be honored in sacramento this afternoon. 18-year-old ryan andresen will be recognize for his bravery by state assembly speaker john perez as the new legislative session opens today. >>> the battle over thomas kinkade's estate is set to continue today in a san jose courtroom. the case pits the artist's girlfriend against his wife. each claims the right to kinkade's estate. kinkade died this is home in april. >>> one north bay school is closed today because of damage from the storm. white hill middle school in fairfax cancelled class today as classrooms and offices are still flooded. crews are working to clean up the mess. school administrators are meeting today to discuss whether classes will resume tomorrow. >>> stay with us, traffic and weather coming right up. ,,,,,,,,,, >>> good morning. we'll head to the nimitz freeway right now. we have reports of an accident southbound 880 at 16 sh treat bl
else to make them up. before disappointing in january, minnesota representative michele bachmann treated us to her version of american history. >> the very founders that wrote those documents worked tirelessly until slavery was no more in the united states. men like john quincy adams who would not rest until slavery was extinguished in the country. >> yeah. the gop was running candidates that just made stuff up. congresswoman, the founders were slave owners and john quincy adams, not a founder. yes, it seemingly reached a mass of election ridiculousness in 2011. the fun was just beginning. no sooner had we cracked over the 2012 calendar than rick santorum dropped this race bait into the political waters in january. >> i don't want to make people's lives better by giving them somebody else's money. >> oh, blah -- right? hearing it once was hilarious enough. even better trying to make us think we didn't hear what we heard. >> i started to say a word and sort of bla -- >> all over the place, didn't you. unfortunately, for rick santorum, the election mounted to a failed attempt to re
, everyone. it's friday, december 28. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. time now 5:30. >>> oakland police are working this morning at two crime scenes where a total of three people were killed overnight. about 1:00 this morning, two people were shot to death on mead avenue in west oakland. then about 2:30, one person was killed in a stabbing on walnut street in the seminary area of oakland. police are investigating the possibility the killings are related. >>> one person was killed when a car fleeing a traffic stop in oakland crashed into another car. the chp had pulled a bmw over for speeding late last night. when officers walked toward the car, it took off. a minute later crashed into a lincoln continental that was turning on interstate 580 from 98th avenue. a passenger in the lincoln was kill. the bmw driver ran away but eventually was caught. >>> an 18-year-old shot at an east bay bart station is out of surgery this morning and expected to survive. bart police found the victim in the parking lot of the pittsburg-bay point station a few mints before 7:00 last night. he was taken
'm frank mallicoat. >> and i'm michelle griego. time is 4:30. why don't we start off with a look at the weather. >> we shall. lawrence is enjoying a good night's leap and -- sleep and elizabeth is not. >> we're starting off on the coolside. livermore mid-40s and san francisco 54. what's in store for the rest of the week. we have high pressure. it continues to build. so try dry and mild conditions at least through today. in the meantime here's tiana. >>> easy drive on the freeways. no accidents to report. looks like just construction this morning. i'll have details in a few minutes. it will set
is going to sit down by himself first and then michelle will join them. afterwards the obamas and dog bo will give a tour of the white house. hundreds of people are already gathering at the state capital in lancing, michigan as the city prepares for what could be the largest demonstration in history. the legislature has now rushed through right to work legislation, and governor rick snyder is expected to sign it today. police are on hand and limbed the number of people allowed in the common areas of the capitol. president obama said the right to work bill is not about economics and has everything to do with politics. taxpayers have now made a total of about $22.7 billion overall from the government's investment in the bank rescue. aig is now fully private again. and the british bank is going to pay the u.s. a $1.9 billion penalty for breaking u.s. sanction laws. they have transferred money through every day presents another exciting issue. from financial regulation, fraud on wall street. things everyday exploding around the world that leave no shortage for exciting co
'm able to meet some the most incredible women in the world. women like sarah jessica parker and michelle obama. stuart: anna wintour reportedly an absolute terror to work for. remember when she was played bye meryl streep in the devil wears prada. portrayed as a monster. >> what are you doing here. >> came to be a journalist and-- >> so you don't read runway. >> no he. >> and before today you had never heard of me. >> no. >> you have no style or sense of fashion. >> i think that depends on what you're-- >> no, no, that wasn't a question. >> oh, i think we should set her on the french. and remember when jon stewart from the daily show made fun of me for this? >> vogue editor anna wintour holds exclusive for-- >> stuart varney that's a little-- i go annoying the president is doing fundraisers, you don't have to put on that accent. anna wintour, you don't need to put that on to make fun of anna wintour. >> hi, i'm anna wintour. >> i take it back, i take it back, varney that was a pretty good impression of anna wintour. i had no idea. stuart: all right, that was funny. we will have a lot mor
. he's a republican. also, john kerry, currently in the senate. michelle flournoy. hagel would be an interesting pick. if he picks hagel, a republican, that takes some of the heat off of susan rice to be nominated as secretary of state. she's had a tough time on capitol hill talking to republicans. if you get a package deal, a republican and a democrat, that you're nominating from the president. what are senators going to do, but take both of them? we're hearing, if the president wants susan rice, he's going to nominate susan rice, one way or the another. >> neither side seems to be moving on what they need to do to avoid a fiscal cliff and reach an agreement. is there posturing? >> reporter: well, this is washington. the whole fiscal cliff is forcing them to do something. the president has said that tax rates will go up for the wealthy. republicans won't bend on that yesterday, john boehner said, we are at a stalemate. this is posturing. this is washington. we're going to have ups and downs. >> ups and downs in the stock market, as well. david, thanks. have a great weekend. >>
accused of killing her husband, until the charges against her were unexpectedly dropped. michelle franzen reports now on a case that stretched across the country, touching one of america's most prestigious sporting events. >> reporter: she is a former u.s. open tennis referee, accused of killing her husband of nearly 50 years using a coffee mug as a weapon. but friday, lois goodman smiled in a los angeles courtroom after learning her case was dismissed. >> i'm glad that it's over and can go on with my life. >> reporter: l.a. county prosecutors asked a judge to drop charges against goodman, citing insufficient evidence and new information in the case. >> based upon this information, we announced that we are unable to proceed with the case at this time. >> reporter: the 70-year-old was arrested in new york city in august, just as she arrived to work at the u.s. open as a line judge. her husband alan goodman was found dead in the couple's california home in april. she told police he fell down the stairs. prosecutors alleged goodman used the coffee mug to bludgeon him and stabbed him with the
kerry, currently in the senate. michelle flournoy, who is in the defense department right now. and ashton carter, right now in the defense department right now. hagel would be an interesting pick. if he picks hagel, a republican, that takes some of the heat off of susan rice to be nominated as secretary of state. she's had a tough time on capitol hill talking to republicans. so, if you get a package deal, a republican and a democrat, that you're nominating from the president. what are republican senators going to do, but take both of them? we're hearing, if the president wants susan rice, he's going to nominate susan rice, one way or the another. >> using political capital at that. david, neither side seems to be moving on what they need to do to avoid a fiscal cliff and reach an agreement. republicans say no tax rate increases. democrats aren't giving in on entitlement reforms. is this just posturing? or are we in real trouble here? >> reporter: well, this is washington. the whole fiscal cliff is forcing them to do something. but you nailed it on the specifics. it is tax rate
tragedies like this, regardless of the politics. this evening michelle and i will do what i know every parent in america will do, which is hug our children a little tighter, and we'll tell them that we love them, and we'll remind each other how deeply we love one another. but there are families in connecticut who cannot do that tonight. and they need all of us right now. may god bless the memory of the victims. and in the sports of scripture, heal the broken hearted and bind up their wounds. >> much like the president of the united states, americans are experiencing a wide range of emotions tonight. and it's difficult to process them. these are photos no one will be able to forget, the sight of crying children being led away from a scene of mass murder should shake the country to its core. and it has. the question must be asked, how many more scenes like this one are we going to see? as a nation, we need to do something, and something has to be done. this tragedy stopped the country in its tracks and brought the president of the united states to tears. as a parent, as an american, as a
served there under the leadership of speaker o'neill, majority leader michel and then jim wright and michel, a republican, there was no way they would consider doing a vote with the majority the majority. they wanted to get 218 votes. that's what they did on reforming social security. that's what they did on virtually everything. get democrats and republicans together and get 218 votes. that's the challenge i gave to the speaker today, speaker boehner. let the house vote. if they voted overwhelmingly, mr. president, one republican suggested, one republican house member that more than half of the republicans in the house would vote for giving the tax security to people who make less than $250,000 a year. so i say let's have speaker boehner call upon the republicans in the house to add 25 or so votes to what the democrats would do, and you'd have 218 votes and we could go on to taking care of the fiscal cliff. mr. president, my friend protests too much. the senate is broken and needs to be fixed and we need to change the rules. we change them all the time. last year we changed the
a higher percentage of taxes would be paid by home owners. host: this is from michele. guest: that is one frustrating aspect. mortgage rates are at historic lows. this is a great time. the time life is much longer. the credits core requirement has been ratcheted up. in the past, someone had a credit score of 720, they would be able to get a mortgage. it requires a score of 760. the housing market was not very normal, people with 720 credit scores would be able to get mortgages. now they are having a tough time. and of the role played by fannie and freddie, pushing it back to the bank. the banks need more clarity about what the rules are so they can be more confident in lending. host: what percentage fall into the 760? the max is 800. guest: historically, credit's core of 720 would have qualified. today, 760. how many people are stuck between 720 and 760? today they are being denied. host: is a policy to want looser credit? guest: absolutely not. we need to have a sustainable home ownership. wall street was going wild and fannie and freddie were going wild and that led to terrible conseque
's close ties has really taken things to extremes. as michelle franzen reports, it ended with a 21-year-old getting a court order against her parents. ♪ >> reporter: aubrey ireland is pursuing her dream, studying singing and acting at university of cincinnati college conservatory of music. a passion she says her parents shared and supported. aubrey even posted photos on facebook with her parents following performances. but the senior college student says her parents' need to keep constant watch over her went to far. to the point where aubrey went to court, asked a judge to grant a stalking order against her parents, and won. in court document, the 21-year-old told a judge her parents, julie and david, frequently drove from their home in kansas to her campus in ohio unannounced to check up on her. they told her and college officials she had mental problems and they could try to have her evaluated. in the filings, she said her parents traveled to cincinnati, showed up at my university and made threats to my musical theatre department. and added, "they also improperly monitored my phone
staffers. ryan durant and michelle king. military fellow of the united states marine corps. both women have served with dedication to the people of south carolina's second congressional district. michelle is relocating to the pentagon where she will work with the sexual assault prevention and response office. ryan is taking a legislative correspondent and press assistant position with her new hometown representative of meritle beach. their good humor will be missed. we wish them all the best of success in the future. in conclusion, god bless our troops and we will never forget september 11 and the global war on terrorism. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. for what purpose does the gentlewoman from california rise? without objection. ms. chu: 20 children ages 6 and 7 went to school last friday to learn, to play, to take their first steps into this world. what happened to them and six brave teachers determined to protect them is horrific and unmanageable. our hearts break for -- unimaginable. our hearts break for their families, friends and loved ones. what has been t
michelle obama visited marines and thanked them for their service. >> the greatest honor i have as president is being commander in chief and the reason it's an honor is because not only do we have the finest military in the world but we also have the finest fighting men and women in the world. >> mrs. obama and the girls won't cut short their vacation. they're staying on in hawaii. >>> former braves great andruw jones free on a bond in atlanta on a battery charge. there was a domestic dispute between he and his wife. the center fielder played with the new york yankees last year and recently signed with a team in japan. >>> the city of los angeles is holding its annual gun buyback today, several months ahead of schedule. the buyback program allows anyone to bring in guns and rifles in exchange for gift cards. the event is usually held in may but was changed to today in response to the connecticut school shootings nearly two weeks ago. we'll talk about that buyback program with the los angeles antonio villaraigosa in about 45 minutes. >>> do you have the right to know if your neig
in connecticut and said the nation grieves for the families who lost loved ones. >> this weekend michelle and i are doing what i know every parent is doing, holding our children as close as we can and reminding them how much we love them. there are families in connecticut who can't do that today and they need all of us right now because while nothing can take the place of a lost child or loved one, all of us can extend a hand to those in need, to remind them that we're there for them. >> the flags are lowered to half-staff at both the white house and the capitol in honor of those who were killed. republicans in congress usually do a weekly address of their own on saturday. but not today. gop house speaker john boehner said there would be no republican address so that president obama could speak for the entire nation, quote, at this time of mourning. speaker boehner did say in a paper statement, quote, the horror of this day seems so unbearable, but we will lock arms and unite as sidss, for those how americans rise above unspeakable evil. let us all come together in god's grace to pray for the f
michelle obama and their daughters will remain in hawaii. house and senate members are expected to reconvene thursday. without a budget agreement, automatic tax increases for everyone and deep spending cuts will be triggered in the new year. the main dispute continues to be over taxes. >> vicki: starbucks will publicly take a stand on the looming fiscal cliff. c-e-o howard schultz is asking workers at its 120 d-c-area stores to write "come together" on the coffee cups they serve on thursday and friday. he says it's a way to quote: "send our elected officials a respectful but potent message, urging them to come together to find common ground." both sides are due back by thursday and have vowed to make a final attempt. starbucks notes workers are not required to write the message on cups. >> 49ers sunday at candlestick with a chance to clinch the division title kron four's jason appelbaum joins me now with more. .jason the team's a little banged up right? >> manning's am >> vernon davis, manning >> . >> and justin smith at this kind of the big one, butthe injuries shouldn't be a
. this evening, michelle and i will do what i know every parent in america will do, which is hug our children a little tighter, and we will tell them that we love them, and we will remind each other how deeply we love one another, but there are families in connecticut who cannot do that tonight, and they need all of us right now. in the hard day to come, the community needs us to be at our best as americans, and i will do everything in my power as president to help because while nothing can fill the space of a lost child or a loved one, all of us can extend a hand to those in need to remind them that we are there for them, that we are praying for them, that the love they felt for those they lost endures not just in their memories but also in ours. may god bless the memory of the victims. in the words of spritzer, heal the brokenhearted and bind up their wounds. >> john boehner issued a statement which said the horror of this day seems so unbearable but we will walk arms in the night assistance that is how americans prize above unspeakable evil. what does all come together to pray for the fami
. isn't it, dave? you're looking a little stressed, aren't you? >> first lady michelle obama just about upstaged everyone in the shimmering gold gowndy michael kors. >>> back to seriousness now. serious stuff now, i should say. the fighting goes on every day in syria. so far chemical weapons have not been used but today there's a new warning from the united states to the syrian government. we'll tell you about that. ♪ [ female announcer ] holiday cookies are a big job. everything has to be just right. perfection is in the details. ♪ get to holiday fun faster with pillsbury cookie dough. get to holiday fun faster try running four.ning a restaurant is hard, fortunately we've got ink. it gives us 5x the rewards on our internet, phone charges and cable, plus at office supply stores. rewards we put right back into our business. this is the only thing we've ever wanted to do and ink helps us do it. make your mark with ink from chase. ♪ you make me happy [ female announcer ] choose the same brand your mom trusted for you. children's tylenol, the #1 brand of pain and fever relief recommen
. >> she should. >> stephanie: you're like michele bachmann but smart. that could be our cause out here in hollywood. smokin' hot actresses elected to something. >> and she doesn't have an allegedly gay husband. >> stephanie: right. so there's that. a different picture to send jim of her. it is extraordinary. >> stephanie: let's go to michael in north carolina. hi michael welcome. >> caller: how you doin' steph? >> stephanie: good. go ahead. >> caller: i wanted to say about republicans, about how they seem to change their mind when something -- when something personal comes up to them like john mccain. he spent six years -- he's a disabled veteran. he voted for the treaty. and he had been tortured. he came out of said torture. didn't work. and then dick cheney, you know, his daughter is gay. and he is for gays getting married. it seems like when they have stuff personal happen to them, they become reasonable. >> stephanie: yeah interesting point. you know, this headline -- [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] i
of politics. this weekend, michelle and i are holding our children as close as we can and reminding them how much we love them. there are families in connecticut who cannot do that today, and they need all of us right now. all of us can extend a hand to those in need, to remind them that we're there for them, that we are praying for them, and that the love they felt for those they lost in doors in their communities and in their country. thank you and god bless you. host: the president's we can address -- weekend address. we want to tell you about what is coming up on tomorrow's edition of " "washington journal." we begin with a roundtable discussion. there will be talking about the latest news out of the fiscal cliff negotiations. we will continue our discussion regarding the fiscal cliff negotiations with matt kibbe of freedom works. then we will wrap up the program with a senior fellow at the council on foreign relations who council on foreign relations who will
and bill clinton and michelle obama in the district. they are not going to let this race slide the way they did last time with scott brown. this is no walk for him. this is going to be a tough race. >> massachusetts has too many democrats and not enough jobs for all of them. so while democrats often want to be united, they find it difficult because an opportunity like this comes along in a politician's career not very often sdplen we learned today that cory booker is not going to challenge chris christie in his bid for re-election next year. he said, i will complete my full term as mayor. as for my political future, i will explore the possibility of running for united states senate in 2014. during my lifetime, senator lautenberg has been one of new jersey's important leaders. it would be a privilege to continue his great service. sounds like he wants to run for senate. >> assuming frank lautenberg doesn't. >> he's 90. >> i was born in new york. there is a soft part in my heart. cory booker, if he runs for nate senate, i think that's a good choice. i think chris christie can be beaten.
and apparently at that decideded to take his own life. >> what else, michelle can you tell us about those final moments before adam lanza decided to kill himself? >> reporter: well, those are certainly the detailsa we're hoping that we'll learn about, perhaps at this press conference or in the coming days, exactly the length that adam lansa had to this school, in fact what happened, perhaps they'll have a little bit better timeline. when first responders and law enforcement arrived on scene, they arrived to a very active shooter situation, a very chaotic situation and of course what was left behind is just devastating in terms of what they had to cope and deal with in terms of not just the emotions of this, but also processing that crime scene. so that they're say whether take the most time. >> the stories of heroism that happened inside sandy hook elementary school. the teacher who for all intents and purposes risked her life in an attempt to save the lives of her children there. and i do want to call our viewer's attention to the left side of the screen here, president obama who is at andrews
of president obama in the first lady. and they look at the genealogy of michele obama. then david maraniss in his book on barack obama. later, the white house videographer for the first two years of the obama presidency. >> you don't always find many in any area embracing investigative reporting. it's not just economics. if the discomfort that it often causes. because it is troublesome. it is more than economics if you are going to ruffle the feathers of someone powerful. that gives those people running into complaints of the publisher. we were very fortunate through the 70s and almost all of our prayers. let the chips fall where they may. >> donald bartlett and james steele will take your calls and e-mails and tweets next month on internet. they began their collaborative work in the 70s and are the co-authors of seven books. watch live at noon eastern on booktv on c-span2. >> someone put these missiles in cuba. the united states discovers that. then the tension builds. one of the things that happens during that time that a soviet submarine is found by american ships they knocked out the e
on their budgets. the government cannot keep spending money. we need a vacation for michelle and obama. stop that. let's have them pay their own after a share. that applies to lobbyists and anybody traveling for private reasons. this stuff is being run by amateurs. i thank you so much for being able to talk to you. we have a class warfare. it is not right. everybody should go to church and say a prayer to god. host: dawn from california. -- don from california. a column from washington times -- he notes that the bottom line is this -- congressman darrell issa in "the washington times." will go to the democrat line, charles from texas. caller: first, i have a question. this morning when i was watching the news, did i understand that congress is getting a raise next year? host: we will have a story on that later. caller: i think they should lead by example. they need to take a pay cut if we are taking pay cuts. we need to stop foreign aid all the way around. host: will that be enough to solve the debt problem? caller: know, there needs to be tax increases and spending cuts, but i do not think it ha
michele. guest: that is one frustrating aspect. mortgage rates are at historic lows. this is a great time. when it is time to get approval,the time life is much longer. the credits core requirement has been ratcheted up. in the past, someone had a credit score of 720, they would be able to get a mortgage. now it requires a score of 760. the housing market was not very normal, people with 720 credit scores would be able to get mortgages. now they are having a tough time. and of the role played by fannie and freddie, pushing it back to the bank. the banks need more clarity about what the rules are so they can be more confident in lending. host: what percentage fall into the 760? the max is 800. what percentage of americans follow -- fall into the able to refinance for the lowest rates? guest: historically, credit's core of 720 would have qualified. today, 760. how many people are stuck between 720 and 760? that is about 15% to 20% of the population. today they are being denied. host: is a policy to want looser credit? guest: absolutely not. we need to have a sustainable home ownership. when
like this from happening, regardless of politics. this weekend, michele and i are doing what i know every parent is doing, holding our children as close as we can and reminding them a much we love them. there are families in connecticut that cannot do that today. they need all of us right now, because while nothing can take the place of the lost child or a loved one, all of us can extend a hand to those in need to remind them that we are there for them and we are praying for them the love that they felt for those they lost in door's not only in their own memory, but also in their countries. thank you, and god bless you. >> flags, again, flying have staffed here in the nation's capital. reactions have come in worldwide with condolences from australia, great britain, thailand, the philippines, members of the european union and other countries. we spoke with connecticut congressman jim time on this morning's "washington journal." >> among the many statements put out yesterday by congressmen and senators was this from representative jim himes in connecticut, replacing -- releasing a sta
in august, his wife, michelle, was at barry myers' home and that's where people were paying up to $25,000 a plate, top executives at warner brothers, just to give to the obama campaign. >> eric: i know "call of duty," one of the scenes in that literally, it's called first person shooter, which means you're pulling the trigger of the gun. the scene is you can go up an escalator and it opens up into an airport where you can literally shoot, blow away multiple innocent victims, people just trying to get on airplanes. is this the culture that we need to speak about when we try and figure out what goes through a mass murderer's mind? >> well, i think there is a lot of people who believe that. i'd say that's open for debate. but when the president of the united states starts talking about culture and the white house has done it by my count at least three times now, twice by the president and at least once through jay carney saying they're going to address culture in any gun control plan, that's an issue. because as journalists we watch and say why is the president of the united states tryin
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